Xbox Game Pass Announces Free Games For March, But There’s Bad News!

Between sports and sci-fi experiences, the third month of the year is highlighted by games such as Control and No More Heroes 3 on Xbox Game Pass.



It’s the third month of the year, and that means Xbox Game Pass is about to add more titles to its massive catalogue of video games. True to form, the Redmond company, which updates its flagship service twice a month, is at it again, announcing the future integration of 6 new titles. In terms of genre, there will be everything from science fiction to the most popular sports games at the moment.

As always, these new features will land on the Microsoft platform in stages.

We are talking about a month-long offer for subscribers. According to the official Xbox press release, Control will return to the Game Pass catalogue in March. In addition to Remedy’s adventure game, the equally excellent No More Heroes 3 and other adventure games are also added. Here is the list of games coming to the platform in the coming days.


What’s new in Xbox Game Pass in March 2024:

  • PAW Patrol World (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available March 7th.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available March 12th.
  • Control Ultimate Edition (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available March 13th.
  • No More Heroes 3 (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available March 14th
  • Lightyear Frontier (Game Trailer) (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S) – Available March 19
  • MLB The Show 24 (Cloud and Console) – Available March 19


As usual, Xbox also shared in its press release a short list of video games that will no longer be available on Game Pass in a few days. Specifically, the Redmond-based company is withdrawing the following 3 games from its range. You can continue to enjoy them on PC, consoles or in the cloud until March 15.


  • Hardspace: Shipbreaker (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • Shredders (Cloud, Console and PC)


Source: Xbox Wire

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